It’s been almost 30 years because the beloved sitcom, Saved by the Bell, first aired in on TV — and a few members of the solid had a particular manner of celebrating.
On Saturday night time, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen — together with a few of their spouses — obtained collectively to get pleasure from a reunion dinner, celebrating a long time of friendship that began with their work on the favored TV present.
“That is what 30+ years of friendship appears like,” Gosselaar, who performed lead heartthrob Zach Morris within the sequence, wrote on Instagram together with a photograph documenting the reunion.
Berkley, who performed Jessie Spano, shared the identical photograph on her Instagram web page, captioning, “FRIENDS FOREVER,” with many hearts and hashtags that learn: “Spouses too” and “I’m so excited” amongst others.
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The hit present ran on NBC from 1989 to 1993, and in 2009 Thiessen, who performed Kelly Kapowski, defined that these years have been throughout a formative time interval for a lot of members of the solid, telling PEOPLE that the solid had “numerous firsts collectively.”
Lopez, who performed A.C. Slater, additionally shared Saturday night time’s reunion on his social media, posting a video on his Instagram.
“Okay, enjoyable dinner tonight with some outdated buddies,” Lopez cheerfully mentioned into the digicam. “Right here is Mrs. Lopez, Elizabeth, her husband Greg—who has one of the best wig ever—Catriona, Mark-Paul, there’s Brady, there’s Tiffany.”
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“We ate an obscene quantity of meals, an obscene quantity of meals,” he added, jokingly. “The Lopezs are strolling dwelling, coming again and getting the automotive—nice group right here… now its time to play bank card roulette for the invoice.”
In January, Lopez and Gosselaar had a mini-reunion when The Passage star visited the TV host on Further.